JOSH HAMILTON (Roderick) recently starred onstage for Away We Go director Sam Mendes, in the latter’s Bridge Project productions of Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard and Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale, in repertory at both the Brooklyn Academy of Music and London’s Old Vic.
His many other New York stage credits include Tom Stoppard’s epic The Coast of Utopia, staged by Jack O’Brien; for the New Group, Ethan Hawke’s staging of Jonathan Marc Sherman’s Things We Want and Scott Elliott’s staging of David Rabe’s hurlyburly, for which Mr. Hamilton was a Drama Desk Award nominee; Daniel Sullivan’s Broadway staging of David Auburn’s Proof; The Cider House Rules, directed by Tom Hulce; subUrbia, directed by Robert Falls; and the original off-Broadway production of Kenneth Lonergan’s This Is Our Youth, directed by Mark Brokaw. He recently starred in the latter play anew for an L.A. Theatre Works staging.
Mr. Hamilton’s films include Frank Marshall’s Alive; Alek Keshishian’s With Honors; Noah Baumbach’s Kicking and Screaming; Mark Waters’ The House of Yes; Jed Weintrob’s The F Word; Katherine Dieckmann’s Diggers; John Jeffcoat’s Outsourced; Zoe Cassavetes’ Broken English; and Joe Swanberg’s Alexander the Last.
His television work includes Abby My Love (Emmy Award), Absolutely Fabulous, and Delocated.